A garden that displays all year-round interest praises a well thought out planting plan. Although the majority of the interest will be in the flower beds, creating planters to position elsewhere in your garden can give each season an extra boost.
The garden is looking tired. You don’t want to invest in it because you’re thinking of selling or don’t know how long you’re going to be in your home for? But that doesn’t matter…let me explain why.
Mother’s Day is fast approaching. Of course, flowers and chocolates are the first go-to gift idea to show your appreciation, but that’s been done countless times before. Brighten up your mum’s day and make your present extra special with a memorable gift for the garden.
The front garden is the first thing people see when they approach your house. You want it to look great, but it needs to serve a purpose as well. Before you start, there are many important factors to consider when re-designing the space beyond the front door.
Shrubs, hedging, trees and roses are often supplied in three ways, these are bare-root, root-ball or container grown. If you don’t know the difference it can be difficult to understand which one you need for your requirements. The time of year will affect how these plants are supplied.
Your garden might not be in the prime position for sunlight, but that’s not to say that you can’t still enjoy plants there.
Traditional Japanese gardens are steeped in culture and carry a lot of purpose and meaning in their design. With a few key influences, they can be easily be recreated in your own back garden.
Are you not using your garden to its fullest because you feel overlooked? Because, if so, read our latest blog for tips on creating a more private and secluded space or you can give our dedicated horticultural team a call on 0116 2100 760 and ask for Claire.
Wisteria is a firm favourite amongst many people. Its purple pea like flowers and incredible fragrance is unmistakably distinctive. Wisteria has a reputation of being complicated to prune, but it really isn’t.
Whether you’re planning a complete garden renovation or just want to create a few valuable changes, make some garden resolutions this year that you can stick to.
Want to be ahead of the game? Here are the 2019 predicted garden trends for outdoor living and entertainment.
Want to impress your visitors? Wow your friends and family this Christmas with a stunning statement container arrangement.
Want to know how to bring your garden to life in the winter? Read our latest blog to know how or call us on 0116 2100 760.
Seasonal differences in a garden is a natural process, but there are certain things that can to be done to make sure your garden looks the best it can no matter what time of year it is. Here are some top tips on how give your garden a winter MOT.
Is your garden flat, boxy or bland? Transform your garden using these top tips from Leicestershire Garden Design to add height to a garden.
Bamboo is as popular as ever but can be invasive if not managed properly. Here are our designs tips for using bamboo in small gardens.
There’s no doubt that a garden water feature can make a big difference and look absolutely stunning.
A pergola is essentially an outdoor installation with supporting columns and a roof. The roof area can be either open to the elements, for example with grids of beams or rafters, or it can be closed off to provide cover.
While we are pretty focused when it comes to redesigning the interior décor of our home, the outside is sometimes a different matter.
With some more warm weather on the way for most parts of the UK, now’s a great time to be getting out into the garden.
Doing some spring planting is all well and good, but you need to make sure that you’ve taken all of the various factors into consideration.
When it comes to your garden, a lot of people will expend time and money making it just right.